MotoGP » D-day approaching for Suzuki


With just three rounds of the 2011 MotoGP season remaining, a decision on Suzuki's grand prix future will soon be made.


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jboy - Unregistered

October 14, 2011 12:24 PM

i hope suzuki stay in moto gp, they have a great 1000gsxr production engine there is no reason why that cant be turned into a prototype moto gp engine they need bautista and hopper on the bikes next year, look how competetive the gsxr is at all other levels its a 3 year old bike k9 model hasent changed, the last 3 years it has been at the top of every championship and should have won them BSB /WSB, also interested to see what they are doing with the 2012 gsxr1000.

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